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PBS
Dec 15, 2012 4:00pm PST
surprised to see how it's now being played in america. >> we asked teens if they'd like to sit at this desk and handle all the responsibilities that come with it. their answers may surprise you. >> we're at madame tussauds new york getting a behind-the-scenes peek at all the work it takes to keep these life-size wax figures looking lifelike. >> and there's lots more ahead, so stay with us. >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's this week's top story. >> bullying is making a lot of news nowadays. that's because it's so common. brandon tells us about an unusual program that's helping to prevent bullying. not only does it start in elementary school, it takes an approach that's rather dramatic. >> hey, listen. i wanted to talk to you about the math, 'cause... >> liz and rachel call themselves actor/educators. and they're putting on a performance to help these 5th graders understand how a little issue can grow into something big and hurtful. >> she didn't show her friend her math homeworks, and her friend started to, like, exclude her from all the games and pa
NBC
Dec 29, 2012 1:00pm EST
were born ready. find out at gocoastguard.com. >> get ready for "teen kids news." here's what's coming up. >> in my report on sports injuries, i'll explain why "no pain, no gain" is really lame. >> we'll meet a teen who achieved something many girls dream of doing. >> it's our flag, and we should all know how to hold it, fold it, and fly it. >> some bananas, a freezer, and you're good to go, and i'll show you how. >> making a musical is about much more than just singing and dancing. i'll show you how some teens are making a "smash" on stage. >> that and more next on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm siena. we'll start with our top story. >> the same drive that pushes you to be good at sports may be pushing you to be taking some bad risks. scott reports on a disturbing trend in athletics. >> i broke my wrist snowboarding, i dislocated my knee playing basketball, i dislocated my elbow wrestling, and i broke my wrist playing soccer. >> i got a concussion from ice hockey. i was skating, and i got checked in the head. >> i have hairline-fractured my f
KRON
Dec 1, 2012 2:30pm PST
if you know how. we'll get some great makeup tips from the experts at teen vogue. >> all that and more, next on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's this week's top story. >> we've all heard the story of iron man. he's the comic-book superhero who chose to help mankind after suffering near-fatal injuries. nicole introduces us to iron heart, a real-life hero who's helping others after he, too, suffered near-fatal injuries. >> it was just a regular summer day, and i was crossing a local intersection on my way home from some practice, and i was struck in my driver's side door by a speeding dump truck, and the injuries were catastrophic. >> brian was 18 years old, a high-school honor student, and an all-star athlete. in his book, "iron heart," he tells how he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. >> i lost a total of 60% of my blood and had to get all that replaced with 36 blood transfusions. >> we take it for granted that when we need blood, like brian did, it'll be there ready for us. but it's not as simple as that. >> o
KRON
Dec 29, 2012 2:30pm PST
siena. we'll start with our top story. >> the same drive that pushes you to be good at sports may be pushing you to be taking some bad risks. scott reports on a disturbing trend in athletics. >> i broke my wrist snowboarding, i dislocated my knee playing basketball, i dislocated my elbow wrestling, and i broke my wrist playing soccer. >> i got a concussion from ice hockey. i was skating, and i got checked in the head. >> i have hairline-fractured my femur and have had patellofemoral syndrome in both my knees from soccer. [ whistle blows ] >> more kids are playing sports than ever before, so it's no surprise that injuries are on the rise. >> as the number of children that play sports increases, the number of injuries that occur in those sports has skyrocketed at an even much greater rate. >> let's listen to that part again. here's the instant replay. >> the number of injuries that occur in those sports has skyrocketed at an even much greater rate. >> what the doctor is saying is there aren't more injuries just because there are more kids playing sports. it seems that kids are getting
KRON
Dec 22, 2012 2:30pm PST
-yo. >> yes, that's ne-yo. he's the guest principal for a day at this seattle middle school. >> give it up for the one and only ne-yo! [ loud cheers and applause ] >> his appearance is a reward for these students. they won a nationwide challenge to improve attendance. it's run by an organization called get schooled. >> get schooled was founded in collaboration with viacom -- that includes mtv, bet, nickelodeon -- to really inspire and engage and inform kids so that they can get the motivation, inspiration, and information they need to do well in school. >> unfortunately, this is something a lot of us need. when it comes to high-school graduation rates, the u.s. does pretty poorly. in fact, compared to other countries, we're all the way down in 17th place. that's why school attendance is so important. >> attendance is the greatest predictor of high-school graduation rates. that means if you want to graduate from high school, the most important thing you can do is actually to go to school every day. >> statistics show kids who miss 10 days or more a year are more likely to drop out. to
PBS
Dec 22, 2012 4:00pm PST
u.s. history at grades 4, 8, and 12. everything from the united states constitution to presidents to why certain laws came into play. at very different levels, there are certain questions that are asked. the 8th graders really were the ones who did, i would say, perform the best when we consider the 4th and we consider the 12th grade. >> that's because 8th graders' scores improved over the last time the test was given. 4th graders and 12th graders did not. in fact, a majority of 12th graders turned in a poor performance. their questions were harder, and their correct answers were fewer. 55% of 12th graders scored below the basic level. what does this show? >> mm, lauren, that's not good news at all. [ chuckles ] and what does that mean for our 12th graders? it means that we have to find a way to engage our 12th graders in learning u.s. history. we have to make it more important to them. so, we have a lot of work to do, definitely, at the 12th-grade level. >> there's a famous saying -- "those who don't know history are condemned to repeat it." so, the lessons of the past are worth
PBS
Dec 29, 2012 4:00pm PST
dry 'em ♪ ♪ it's nice to share at home, in school ♪ ♪ but sharing germs ♪ is never cool ♪ wash your hands >> "teen kids news" is about to get started, and here's what we've got for you. >> we'll tell you how your morning wake-up call could help you graduate. >> they're called the dirty dozen even though they're supposed to be good for you. >> do you know which state is named after its snow-covered mountains? if i'piqued your interested, don't miss this week's "flag facts." >> babysitting -- to do it right, you need to have proper training. i'll show you how to get it. >> i'll show you why being funny takes serious work. >> and there's lots more ahead, so stay with us. >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's this week's top story. >> you don't have to be a math whiz to understand that the more days of school you miss, the more likely it is you won't graduate. in fact, students who miss an average of two days a month have an 80% chance of not getting their high-school diploma. tyler reports on a nationwide effort to fight absenteeism with star power. >> h
PBS
Dec 8, 2012 4:00pm PST
eligible to donate. out of that 38%, we look at about only 8% of those people actually coming out to do it. >> fortunately for brian, he was able to get the blood he needed. it helped save his life. >> from intensive-care unit, i was transferred to a local rehab center in baltimore, maryland, and from there i pretty much learned how to be independent again. >> now fully recovered, brian is a man with a mission. >> i joined the american red cross in 2007 because i thought it was very important for me as a former intensive-care patient, massive blood recipient, to go out and say, "thank you," and just show the appreciation and just do what i could to pay that appreciation and gratitude forward. >> he's rolled up his sleeves, literally. >> i have donated three times, so i don't just talk the talk. i have to walk the walk, so i donate myself, as well. >> to donate blood, you have to be at least 17 years old or 16 with permission from your parents, but if you're too young, or you just don't like needles, there are other ways you can help. >> one of the things that you can do is set up a b
PBS
Dec 1, 2012 4:00pm PST
what they stand for. >> a huggable egg from outer space, and that's just for starters here at this amazing museum of art. >> and there's lots more ahead, so stay with us. >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's this week's top story. >> their slogan is "do a good turn daily," and they've been doing that for more than 100 years. lauren reports that girl scouts are celebrating the beginning of a new century of girl power. >> when you think of girl scouts, what do you think of? >> cookies. >> cookies. >> thin mints. >> i think of, like, little girls and i think of cookies. >> well, how about robots? or writing letters of appreciation to those serving in our military? or chemistry experiments? >> we're making gak for girl scouts so they can learn about polymers. >> it felt really squishy. >> this is just one of the many celebrations across the country for scouting's 100th anniversary. there are activities for the littlest daisies and brownie scouts, up through juniors and cadets, to seniors and ambassadors. >> so, you can learn about different things, and
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